Breckenridge Texan

Linda Sullivan Kramer

Linda Sullivan Kramer
March 19
16:18 2020

Linda Lee Sullivan-Kramer, 79, of Ozona, Texas, passed away surrounded by family on March 16, 2020. Funeral Services will be held at 1 p.m. at First Baptist Church of Woodson on March 20 with Jeremy Smith officiating the service. Family will welcome friends on Thursday evening from 5-6 p.m. at the Melton Kitchens Funeral Home.

Linda Lee Sullivan was born the sixth child of Vera Allison and Clarence Sullivan, on October 5, 1940, in Woodson, TX. Her spirit and love for life was infectious always.

Linda married Kenneth Kramer, who preceded her in death, and was most proud of her girls, Kendalia (Tilly) and Leanna (Sissy). Linda introduced and bragged about her daughters to everyone she saw, even if they already knew them. She also adored their husbands, Dwight Childress and Eric Edelman. Her grandsons made her eyes light up, Latham Ducote and his wife Kailea, Kramer Hall and his wife Cheyanne and their two children Riley and Luke, and Mark Childress and his wife Jericka and their boys Asher, Mac, and Jude. Linda was also blessed with two stepchildren, Kenny Kramer, Becky Morrow, and their families.

Linda served as a 4-H leader in sewing and food. She was an expert seamstress, cook, and baker. She was especially beloved by the neighborhood kids who called her mom and relished her peanut butter cookies.

Linda never missed an event “starring” her girls or grandsons.

Linda loved life to the fullest.

Linda was simply the best possible mom and grandma and she will be sorely missed.

Just a few adjectives to describe Linda:

• Generous
• Loyal
• Self-less
• Kind
• Flamboyant
• Glamorous
• Amazing

I’m sure there are a million other words to describe how spectacular Linda was in life and death. Heaven is getting a brand new dazzling angel today

Leanna and Kendalia definitely got the winning ticket in the mom lottery! And mom loved the lottery!

Memorial may be made in Linda’s name to a charity of choice. Condolences may be made at www.meltonkitchens.com.

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